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Yeah, I was going mad too. Gotta wait for both since I just found and verified it today.
Okay, I see what happened. We rolled in a minor update for a menu bug in Chrome and it hosed the menus. :-/
Disable all your plugins too please. THe css for the default menu styling is there in the theme.
For some reason it’s being ignored and I can see you have a caching plugin running, which really should be turned off when you set up a new theme.
You don’t need any classes added out of the box. No code to make it look like the demo, as always. Remove whatever code you added so I can see it.
This should be a help desk ticket rather than a forum thread, as it deals with the theme out of the box – not making custom changes.
Actually, we did use the primary nav slot as well – it’s just hidden on the home page.
On my messy test site, it works exactly as shown.
As outlined in the instructions:
we used a custom menu widget in the header right widget area.
On the demo site, we did not use the primary or secondary nav menus at all.
If you do wish to, you can take the css from Genesis and paste it in the style sheet for Modern Portfolio.
This theme has code in the functions.php file that adds the featured image above the post.
Remove that code from functions.php instead of hiding it with css.
No, I’m saying you *can’t*. There is none.
You need to switch it with the primary nav, or unregister the secondary nav and add your own.
You can;t add hooks. You *use* hooks. The core framework provides the hooks for your use.
There’s a setting to add a search box on the nav bar that is built in.
Go to Genesis -> Settings -> Navigataion. Enable the nav extras. pick the search box from the drop down.
Amy – out of the box the theme should not need any theme css changes.
The extra menu class was not for styling horizontally. That should work out of the box. It did work as expected in my tests.
If a new copy is not doing that, then we need to know.
The class for the above was for the jump links on the menus.
You;d be better off using a plugin to show maintenance mode for everyone but you.
March 3, 2013 at 4:54 pm in reply to: Minimum Theme – Best Practices for Featured Images #23958
ANy theme will do this for featured images because WordPress make 3 sizes of images every time you upload, by default.
Theme can change these sizes or display them differently, but it is not specific to Genesis that different images are made.